Puttergrepp med mönster

This is how you grip your golf club

Changing the grip on your golf clubs can give a whole new feel and improve your swing. It's actually easier than you think to do it yourself at home. Here is a detailed guide.

Tools and materials you need

  • A carpet knife with a hook
  • Grip tape (double-sided mat tape works well)
  • White spirit
  • New grips
  • Dish gloves

1. Remove the old grip

Use a carpet knife with a hook to cut away the old grip. Thread the knife hook under the handle and cut upwards along the handle. Be careful not to damage the graphite on graphite shafts and always cut away from yourself. After you cut the grip, peel off the old tape. If the tape is tight, you can use a heat gun or hair dryer to loosen it more easily

Putter grip with pressure

2. Apply new grip tape

Measure a new strip of grip tape using your new grip as a template. Cut a strip 1-2 cm longer than the handle. Attach the tape to the shaft so that the excess centimeters protrude over the shaft end. Roll the tape around the shaft, then fold the excess into the shaft to prevent water from entering.

Putter grip with coolness

3. Fill the grip with white spirit

Hold your thumb over the hole in the thick end of the grip and fill the grip with white spirit. Shake around so that the entire inside of the grip is moistened. Then pour the white spirit evenly over the grip tape. Be quick to move on to the next step.

4. Put on the new grip

Place the mallet against a wall and put on the new grip. Make sure the grip is straight, or adjust to your preference. Use the grip manufacturer's logo as a reference to get it straight. Press until it stops, but be careful not to overextend the grip. Let the grip rest for 30-45 minutes, then it's ready to use!

Changing the grip on your clubs can extend their life and improve your playing experience. With these simple steps, you can fix new grips yourself at home and get a better feeling when you play.

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